1. The Internet of Things refers to the ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other internet-enabled devices and systems.
2. Small cells are low-power, short-range mobile base stations covering a small geographical area or indoor/outdoor applications. Small cells have all the basic functionality of conventional base stations, are capable of handling high data rates, and are small in size (typically up to 30 cm by 30 cm with a depth of 15 cm, weighing up to 3kg). In 5G deployments, small cells can be mounted unobtrusively, on or inside buildings, or on exterior installations such as bus shelters or lamp posts.